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Hello all. I'm looking for the plug for the ignition switch. All the online parts companies say I must buy a complete wiring harness. My GM parts retailer can't find one without a GM part number, which I don't know. If anyone has one to sell our knows the part number, please let me know.

The car still starts, but I have to reach behind the dash and wiggle the wires at the ignition switch to get it to work. Otherwise the key turns... and nothing. Once it's running, there are no issues. If anyone has had this issue or thinks that it could be something else, please advise. The only other thing I can figure it may be is the neutral safety switch.
 

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Try this??

http://www.heartbeatcitycamaro.com/store/product/24347/Camaro-Ignition-switch-pigtail-1967/

Ignition switch harness pigtail (6 pin.) Replace broken or damaged ignition switch plug with this correct original GM part. Fits 1967 Camaro 1967 Firebird, 1966-1967 Buick except Riveria, 1966-1967 Buick Special, 1967 Chevrolet Corvette, Chevelle, Nova, Impala, 1966-1967 Oldsmobile (ALL), 1968 Chevy Nova, 1968-1969 Corvair. Replace worn out or broken pigtails with this correct reproduction part.

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Hello all. I'm looking for the plug for the ignition switch. All the online parts companies say I must buy a complete wiring harness. My GM parts retailer can't find one without a GM part number, which I don't know. If anyone has one to sell our knows the part number, please let me know.

The car still starts, but I have to reach behind the dash and wiggle the wires at the ignition switch to get it to work. Otherwise the key turns... and nothing. Once it's running, there are no issues. If anyone has had this issue or thinks that it could be something else, please advise. The only other thing I can figure it may be is the neutral safety switch.
Before you even worry about finding a connector part, you need to carefully inspect/troubleshoot what is going on. Having to "wiggle" wires is never a good condition to be in. You may be in for more serious issues down the road at this rate. Unplug the ignition switch connector and carefully inspect for any wires/contacts that look damaged, loose, broken or burned. Does the connector mate tightly with the contacts on the switch?
 
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